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Area high school sports scores Jan. 7

Published: Monday, January 07, 2013 @ 11:01 PM
Updated: Monday, January 07, 2013 @ 11:01 PM

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MONDAY’s results

GREENEVIEW 84, CEDARVILLE 27

CEDARVILLE — Aviles 12, Beatty 3, Grant 2, Swaim 4, Sizer 6. Totals 9-6-27.

GREENEVIEW — Rice 17, Siebenaler 2, Lovely 23, Liming 7, Sonneman 20, Kr.Combs 2, Ka.Combs 3, Hiser 6, Ary 2, Swearingen 2. Totals 36-6-84.

3-ptrs: Cedarville 3 (Aviles 2, Beatty 1); Greeneview 6 (Rice 1, Lovely 5).

BELLBROOK 61, VAN. BUTLER 28

VAN. BUTLER (2-8) — Dieli 5, Stephens 1, Trentman 4, D.Ratliff 2, Frogge 7, Grooms 6, Ross 3. Totals 12-3-28.

BELLBROOK (11-1) — Songer 5, Etter 22, Eckley 3, Nicholson 2, Hofacker 8, Taylor 13, Smith 8. Totals 25-10-61.

3-ptrs: Van. Butler 1 (Dieli); Bellbrook 4 (Songer 1, Etter 2, Eckley 1)

STEBBINS 40, FENWICK 30

FENWICK (5-8) — McCarthy 2, Brubaker 15, Stout 4, Manian 2, McClanahan 7. Totals 12-4-30.

STEBBINS (6-6) — Seaquist 10, Brinkman 7, Benge 2, Brandon 4, Williams 12, Kirkendoll 5. Totals 12-14-40.

3-ptrs: Fenwick 2 (Brubaker 2); Stebbins 2 (Brinkman 1, Williams 1)

ALTER 60, BEAVERCREEK 50

ALTER (10-2) — E.Bockrath 12, Patton 3, Morris 3, Quinter 3, Bazelak 20, Hoying 9, Combs 2, K.Bockrath 8. Totals 17-21-60.

BEAVERCREEK (7-5) — Phillips 11, Barrett 3, Gobeil 8, Zimmerman 6, Knight 4, Myers 16, Shields 2. Totals 19-8-50.

3-ptrs: Alter 5 (Bazelak 2, Quinter 1, Morris 1, Patton 1); Beavercreek 4 (Myers 3, Barrett 1).

COVINGTON 66, MILTON-UNION 36

MILTON-UNION — Thompson 2, Albaugh 2, Swartztrouber 8, Falb 13, Pricer 11. Totals 14-14-36.

COVINGTON — Snipes 10, Carder 2, Cecil 2, Cron 2, Flora 3, Cain 8, Crowell 21, Albright 2, Siefring 16. Totals 29-29-66.

3-ptrs: Milton-Union 3 (Swartztrouber 2, Falb 1); Covington 4 (Snipes 1, Flora 1, Crowell 2).

MIAMI EAST 90, URBANA 51

URBANA (6-7) — Lacy 42, Rogan 8, Fannin 1. Totals: 15-15-51. 

ME (10-1) — Mack 11, DeFord 2, Linn 20, Kindell 9, Davisson 2, A. Current 9, T. Current 16, Cash 17, Dunivan 4. Totals: 37-6-90.

3-ptrs: Urbana 6 (Lacy 6); Miami East 10 (Linn 5, Mack 3, Kindell 1, Cash 1)

PREBLE SHAWNEE 56, DAYTON CHR. 21

DC — Rodenfels 6, Stedman 7, Collins 6, Wheeler 2. Totals: 7-5-21.

PS (9-3) — Woodard 2, Edwards 4, Brown 11, Steele 2, Janson 3, Moore 6, Stout 12, Klamm 2, Speirs 2, Lakes 12. Totals: 22-11-56.

3-ptrs: Dayton Christian 2 (Rodenfels 2); Preble Shawnee 1 (Brown 1).

SOUTHEASTERN 51, BETHEL 22

BETHEL — Callahan 10, Weinert 7, Koehler 5. Totals: 9-4-22.

SOUTHEASTERN (6-7) — Entler 12, T. Perry 12, Sullivan 4, Wical 2, Nichols 1, Hudson 5, Ratliff 14, Erwin 1. Totals: 21-5-51.

3-ptrs: Bethel 0; Southeastern 4 (Perry 4). 

DIXIE 62, FRANKLIN MONROE 31

FM (5-7) — Gray 8, Snider 4, Robins 11, Heckman 6, Jeffers 2. Totals 13-12-31.

DIXIE (6-6) — Evans 6, Wylie 2, Good 9, Hundley 15, Cole 1, Bertke 18, Shope 11. Totals 27-6-62.

3-ptrs: FM 3 (Heckman 2, Robins 1); Dixie 2 (Good 1, Hundley 1).

SETON 66, BADIN 65

SETON (6-6) — Schleben 8, Gleason 12, Blaut 15, Hetzer 5, Zieverink 7, Scholl 12, Daugherty 7. Totals 26-8-66.

BADIN (7-4) — To.Stang 18, Ta.Stang 3, Clark 6, Riggins 14, Egan 15, Pater 4, Krusenklaus 2, Lang 3. Totals 25-8-55.

3-ptrs: Seton 6 (Gleason 2, Schleben 1, Scholl 1, Daugherty 1, Hetzer 1); Badin 7 (To.Stang 3, Egan 2, Ta.Stang 1, Lang 1).

SHAWNEE 57, SPRINGFIELD 34

SPRINGFIELD (1-11) — May 8, Oliver 4, Smith 4, Williams 11, May 2, Mitchell 5. Totals 12-10-34.

SHAWNEE (4-10) — Driskill 2, Garberich 2, Zince 9, Miller 7, Gresse 5, Davis 15, Gregory 10, Walton 7. Totals 20-1457.

3-ptrs: Springfield 0, Shawnee 3 (Gregory 1, Davis 2).

CARROLL 60, XENIA 32

XENIA — Strodes 6, Muterspaw 7, Shinkle 2, Meyer 4, Dunklin 2, Conner 11. Totals 12-6-32.

CARROLL — Blanford 6, Hobbs 2, Austria 6, Barney 2, Townsend 1, Wollenhaupt 11, Poppa 2, Cogan 3, Dirksen 10, DePoorter 5, Schroeder 12. Totals 22-10-60.

3-ptrs: Xenia 2 (Muterspaw 2); Carroll 6 (Austria 2, Cogan 1, Dirksen 2, DePoorter 1).

NORTHWESTERN 67, RIVERSIDE 43

RIVERSIDE — Lediey 5, Hickey 14, Robinson 4, Egbert 3, Hurley 5, Cassell 4, Giles 2, McGower 6. Totals 11-16-43.

NORTHWESTERN — Berner 7, Stacey 4, Lannom 2, McMurtry 3, Hartlow 13, Cruz 38. Totals 25-16-67.

3-ptrs: Riverside 5 (Hickey 2, Lediey 1, Egbert 1, Hurley 1); Northwestern 1 (Cruz 1).

WRESTLING

FRANKLIN 38, MIAMISBURG 30

106: Whitman (F) by forfeit; 113: Harbison (F) by forfeit; 120: Brewer (F) tech. fall Fayette 0:00 16-0; 126: Regan (M) by forfeit; 132: Middleton (F) dec. Palmer 11-6; 138: Brewer (F) dec. Grainger 8-4; 145: Branham (M) pinned Brewer 1:26; 152: Henderson (F) pinned Veracco 0:57; 160: Kersey (M) dec. Wright 6-2; 170: Robbins (M) by forfeit; 182:  Olszewski (M) dec. Nori 7-3; 195: Crockett (F) dec. Suglio 13-6; 220: Perander (M) pinned Norris 0:48; 285: Henderson (F) pinned Wittman 3:09.

BOYS BOWLING

FAIRFIELD 2741, BADIN 2361

High Series: Williams (F) 501; Doran (F) 449; Kulifay (B) 423; Newberry (F) 414.

MIDDLETOWN 2940, LEBANON 2493

High Series: Wood (M) 499, Davis (L) 448, Deaton (M) 442, Toth (M) 413.

GIRLS BOWLING

LEBANON 2539, MIDDLETOWN 2391

High Series: DeGeorge (L) 412, Temple (L) 407, Harbin (M) 369.

NORTHWESTERN 2562, GREENON 2399

High Series: Current 440 (N), Wright 406 (G), Oty (N) 372, Mack (G) 369.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers DE Stephon Tuitt out Sunday against Bengals

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 3:19 PM

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without defensive end Stephon Tuitt on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Tuitt has not practiced all week while dealing with a back injury, and the Steelers ruled him out for the game. Right tackle Marcus Gilbert is listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury. He missed three consecutive game before returning Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Gilbert had to exit the game in the first half after re-aggravating his hamstring injury.

However one player who missed a great deal of practice time, and will still take the field against the Bengals, is inside linebacker Vince Williams. He did not participate in practice on Wednesday or Thursday with a  hip injury, but he was a full participant on Friday.

He was asked on Friday about whether or not he would be ready to play, and he responded, “No problems. I’m full go,” via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Ray Fittapaldo.

The Steelers are coming off of a huge victory against the Chiefs who were the NFL’s last undefeated team going into that game. It was the perfect result, coming off of an ugly loss at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars the week prior.

Now, they are hoping not to have a let down, against a 2-3 division rival.

In Middle Georgia, no one ever doubted Jake Fromm was ready to lead, succeed

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 3:17 PM

Once you’ve had your name in lights in the butcher’s display, right between the chuck shoulder roast and the jalapeno cheddar burgers, what is left for a young man to accomplish?

The Fromm – as in Jake Fromm, the freshman quarterback for the No. 3-ranked Georgia Bulldogs – is a premade hamburger with bacon, swiss and mushrooms. Just the way he prefers his burgers, his folks told Amy Dean when she launched this savory tribute.

The post In Middle Georgia, no one ever doubted Jake Fromm was ready to lead, succeed appeared first on SEC Country.

Receivers not getting open not a valid excuse for Gators’ passing woes

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 3:17 PM

We are tackling the best question supplied by Florida fans each day. If you’d like to submit a question, tweet to Ryan Young  here . Look for our Florida Question of the Day every Monday through Friday. Go here to see all of our previous answers.

Everybody has an opinion on why Florida’s passing offense has been so underwhelming this season.

Most place the blame on offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier. A growing faction puts it on redshirt freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks. And others continue to note that Florida’s wide receivers don’t seem to be getting open very often.

That is the focus of the latest Gators Mailbag Question of the Day.

Mike V. asks … “Why do our receivers never seem to get open?”

This excuse just doesn’t fly with me at all, for several reasons.

First, there were open receivers for potential big gains that Franks simply missed last week (and in previous games). Brandon Powell, in particular, was open downfield twice when Franks instead checked down to shorter routes. Franks acknowledged that Powell spoke to him after a particularly egregious decision to throw a short sideline pass to tight end DeAndre Goolsby on third-and-long as Powell sprung free downfield.

Franks’ field-vision problem has been a consistent issue that has limited his progress from week to week.

Second, I will always be of the mind that it’s on the offensive coordinator to find ways to get his playmakers open. I’m not going to say that Florida runs the same plays over and over. I’m not in the meetings; I don’t know the nuances on each given play call and what might have been intended. But it is pretty clear that the end result is a steady stream of screen passes and short over-the-middle stuff. Any defense that has studied Florida’s film has a good idea of what’s coming.

As for the few downfield shots the Gators have tried in recent weeks with no success, sure, the receivers haven’t gotten open. The absence of Antonio Callaway and Tyrie Cleveland hurts, and as Cleveland showed, he can win those post routes and make plays. If Callaway wasn’t suspended and Cleveland wasn’t hurt the last two weeks, the passing game would surely have hit on a few more big gains.

But at that point it’s on the coaches to go to Plan B, C, D, etc., and find ways to get the receivers open. There are ways. There are always ways.

Which leads me to the third and final point on this matter. Look at some of the teams that rank among the top 35 passing offenses in the country. Syracuse, Iowa State, UConn, Virginia, etc. Or many of the teams that rank higher than Florida in that category. How many 4-star receivers do those programs have?

Syracuse had none in its last four recruiting classes. UConn or Virginia didn’t have any, either. Iowa State had one.

Those teams would love to have 4-star wide receivers such as Josh Hammond and Freddie Swain.

Are the Gators facing tougher defenses in the SEC? Sure. But what about Vanderbilt, which ranks four spots higher in the conference passing stats than Florida, and passed for 264 yards against the Gators? No 4-star receivers whatsoever.

Florida has enough talent at wideout even without Callaway. The QB and OC need to do a better job utilizing it. Plain and simple.

Read more answers about the Florida Gators   here .

Mike Gundy makes Dodd Award midseason watch list

Published: Friday, October 20, 2017 @ 3:12 PM

Mike Gundy has the No. 10 Oklahoma State Cowboys rolling this year, and he’s getting plenty of recognition for it.

Gundy is one of 20 coaches on the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award midseason watch list. The list was made public on Friday afternoon.

The Cowboys’ strong start to the season is due in large part to their iconoclastic coach. CBS Sports’ Barrett Sallee called Gundy one of the nation’s five most underrated head men in September.

This wouldn’t be the first coach of the year award for Gundy. In 2011, when Oklahoma State finished 12-1 and ended the year No. 3 in the AP Poll, Gundy received the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award and the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year title.

That year, however, the Dodd Award went to Clemson’s Dabo Swinney.